MOTIVATIONAL IDITAROD-CANCER POSTERS -- DONATE AND HELP SOMEONE IN NEED
Proceeds from the sale of these posters go to nationally recognized Cancer Charities
Since 2011, individuals, companies and physicians have donated and displayed these inspirational posters to remind others of hope, and of the shared challenges between Iditarod mushers and patients with all kinds of issues.
My mother died of lung cancer (as a non-smoker), which motivated me to create the first poster in 2011 to help friends and families with similar struggles. Originally featuring the battered hands of eight famous Iditarod mushers (Lance Mackey, Jeff King, Rick Swenson, Dee Dee Jonrowe, Mitch Seavey, Martin Buser, Jim Lanier, Hans Gatt), the theme has grown into the current line of three posters in the series.
The NEW poster, "Take Along Paws to Reach Your goals" emphasizes the dogs, and how teamwork and determination are needed to overcome life's hardest challenges, whether you're on the tundra, sitting in a hospital bed, or facing tremendous hurdles.
The Aurora poster "Guiding Light", features the hands of 37 Iditarod mushers surrounding the Aurora Borealis as it illuminates the sky above a dogteam. The hands, some mangled, bandaged or missing fingers, include those of the "Father of the Iditarod", Joe Redington. These hands reflect challenges that cause most people to throw in the towel.
Anyone going through hard physical or emotional times is going through their own Iditarod marathon. They need a team on their side and a lot of motivation to carry them through.
These ONE-OF-A-KIND posters are a great way to spread the word and give others a little boost through hard times. Donations are currently automatically sent to the American Cancer Society.
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